Library of America’s top ten News & Views features of 2017
Revolution 250: Enter the Farmer
Prairie Fires: Laura Ingalls Wilder’s story of poverty, struggle, and reinvention
For Veterans Day: Edith Wharton’s overlooked World War I novel
Professional triumph and personal tragedy: When Ross Macdonald went Underground
James Baldwin: Some degrees of separation
Geoffrey C. Ward on Reporting Vietnam: “An astonishingly polished first draft of history”
Ken Burns cites LOA’s Reporting Vietnam as “go-to source” for his new film
The Goodbye Look: The “most unusual story” that brought Ross Macdonald mainstream success
Photos: Library of America goes on the road to Brooklyn Book Festival
Free promotions, book signing with Jonathan Lethem highlight LOA debut at the Brooklyn Book Festival
Remembering John Ashbery: Writers pay tribute
Around the corner from the revolution: Ursula K. Le Guin’s Hainish stories
Rejecting Claude McKay: An author’s lost, and last, novel
Cautionary tale as catharsis in Ross Macdonald’s The Instant Enemy
Morgan Library exhibition on Henry James beautifully reveals how “the arts are one”
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